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Reviews of Books with 374 Pages

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The Kindred Chronicles

by Shannan Spitz

Chan has created a fabulous new world for sci-fi lovers to explore. The Kindred Chronicles: Between Two Worlds by D. A. Chan is a gripping and descriptive tale. War, relationships, and the imaginative mysteries of an alien race weave... Read More

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Homegoing

by Allyce Amidon

In this ambitious epic, a disgraced former princess turned scholar is one of the few people in the Three Lands who can read. So when an impossible ship from a land that does not exist delivers a set of missives written in an ink no one... Read More

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Sired by Stone

by Pallas Gates McCorquodale

On the planet Gleese, in a future so distant that Earth is a forgotten memory, unlikely heroes struggle to live up to the demands of their new roles. Picking up where Fabrick left off, "Sired by Stone", book 2 of the Fabrick Weaver... Read More

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The Afghan File Affair

by Shannan Spitz

Kasper’s considerable knowledge of the Cold War era makes this thriller informative. It’s the mid 1980s, and Nick Gamble, the protagonist of this serpentine story of intrigue and conspiracy, is an American journalist living in Italy.... Read More

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